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‘Love On The Rocks’: Opera in Ozarks schools fans on romance

“When people say they don’t like opera, I always ask, ‘which one?’” laughs Nancy Preis, general director of Eureka Springs’ venerable Opera in the Ozarks. “There’s 400 years of opera

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Rule Of Three: Cohen, Barth, Wilson concert a unique evening of jazz

A “dream project” jazz trio will finally play after being delayed by the pandemic. On June 25, clarinetist Anat Cohen, saxophonist Steve Wilson and jazz pianist Bruce Barth will perform

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From Haiti With Love: McCalla brings her roots to Roots on the Avenue

Leyla McCalla opens her album “Breaking the Thermometer” literally searching for answers. In a recorded conversation with her mother, the cellist questions her memories of Haiti when she was a

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Blues In Motion: Riverfront Festival going downtown

Monica Brich mbrich@nwaonline.com The annual Riverfront Blues Festival is moving away from the riverfront this year. The event will be June 17-18 with headliners performing at The Majestic at 817

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Making Music … And Jobs: Nonprofit offers training in the industry

Orson Weems got the best education in the music industry under “the instruction, tutelage and mentorship of the legendary Al Bell,” he says. Working alongside the former owner of Stax

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Four Minutes, Four Questions: Ashtyn Barbaree

Ashtyn Barbaree’s new album, “Better Luck Next Time,” is the perfect thing to listen to while driving with the windows down. Her angelic, yet raspy, voice, and intricate Americana-infused melodies

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Here Comes The Sun: Liverpool Legends back with new show

Before “The Ed Sullivan Show” on Feb. 9, 1964, before their first U.S. concert on Feb. 11, 1964, at the Coliseum in Washington, D.C., the Beatles were tuning up for

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Ordinary Life, Extraordinary Story: Mackey’s ‘Memoir’ sets his mother’s story to music

Steve Mackey didn’t look far for the actress who would play his mother in the musical theater production, “Memoir,” based on his mother’s life. Turns out the nanny for his

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Love Birds: Craftivist musicians support nature scholarship

Their music is for the birds — and Still on the Hill is proud to make it. Kelly and Donna Mulhollan, known for their prolific catalog of Ozark music, will

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Mahler And Beyond: SoNA sets sights on summer of moving music

Don’t think about “Majestic Mahler,” on the Walton Arts Center stage April 30, as the end of the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas season. Think of it as the beginning of